Part 2 of guest host Randall Brown’s interview with Jeff Heiskell, formerly of the Judybats. Jeff talks about his struggles in the music business, and outside of it. Jim & Patrick are on vacation and will return next week.
Guest host Randall Brown of Knoxville TN interviews Jeff Heiskell, a hometown hero. Jeff was the frontman for the indie band Judybats, who recorded for Sire Records in the ’90s. He now releases his own music. Jim & Patrick are on vacation and will return next week.
Part 2 of our conversation with Fishbone frontman Angelo Moore at Tally Ho Theater in Leesburg VA. He talks about his solo projects, the lack of social progress in America and how music keeps him going.
Part 1 of our conversation with Fishbone frontman Angelo Moore at Tally Ho Theater in Leesburg VA. He talks about his love of ska and funk and dislike of streaming services.
Part 2 of our interview with Icelandic soul singer Junius Meyvant. We talk more about music, but also about Iceland and sport!
We interview Icelandic soul singer Junius Meyvant at a hotel before a show in Washington DC. Junius’ story is unique and his music is powerful. This is an artist you need to know!
Randall Brown (of Knoxville TN band Quartjar, which provides our theme music) helps us out by interviewing author and cultural geographer Tyler Sonnichsen about his new book “Capitals of Punk: DC, Paris, and Circulation in the Urban Underground.”
Part 2 of our interview with filmmaker Jeff Krulik about “Led Zeppelin Played Here.” In this episode, audience members at Suns Cinemas in Washington DC ask Jeff some questions about the phantom Zep show of 1969.
We interview filmmaker Jeff Krulik after a screening of his documentary “Led Zeppelin Played Here” at Suns Cinema (a super-cool theater) in Washington DC. Jeff’s film explores a bit of music folklore — some say that Led Zeppelin played a show to about 50 people at the Wheaton Youth Center in Maryland in January 1969. Yet there is no physical documentation of this concert.
Part 3 of our live show in front of an audience at Spaces in Chevy Chase MD, with producer Don Zientara of Inner Ear Studio. Don takes audience questions and talks about that time Foo Fighters recorded at his studio. Don also plays two of his own songs: “Into the Daylight” and “All of the Pieces.”